Experience Costa Rica, at its Best!
Renowned as a country with no standing army, Costa Rica is a treat to the senses with its lush green cover and sizes up well as an ideal tropical haven for a vacation. It is known to have a splendid array of flora and fauna species which amounts to about 5% of the World’s total. Parks, orchids, crocodiles, butterflies, sharks or its 800 miles of coastline, Costa Rica promises an eventful journey when it comes to sight-seeing and to-do activities with numerous options in water related sports like surf, fishing, and snorkeling et al. In addition to this, it has a good number of natural hikes for walking or cycling, plus a good variety of food and accommodation options.
Top 5 Unusual Places in Costa Rica
Charging a fee of $25/tour, this place is worth a visit if one is interested in three-toed animals, Sloths. This organization, formally named as ‘Aviarios del Caribe sanctuary’ plays a big role in preserving and rehabilitating the sloths of Costa Rica. With the constant stream of volunteers and under the guidance of the staff, one can learn more about them and about the measures that this organization is taking up to make the native people aware of the true plight of these creatures.
Known for its stark blue hue color, this is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Costa Rica. It resides in the midst of a forest which is further a part of Tenorio Volcano National Park; its color is because of sulfur and carbon carbonate which it gets from a nearby volcano. Visit this place and experience its nearby hot springs and waterfalls, all sharing the same striking blue color.
These spheres were unearthed in the 1930s and were found to be a creation of a bygone civilization which existed between, 700 CE to 1530 CE. Today these perfectly round spheres grace various lawns as ornaments and six of them are exhibited at Costa Rica’s National Museum’s Courtyard.
Parque Francisco Alvarado
This Park surrounds an embellished Church, however, the park itself has been enthralling its visitors with its splendid shapes since the 1960s, when its handling was passed on to a visionary artist and gardener named Evangelisto Blanco. Carved animals like Dinosaurs, carved human figures in old-English attire plus green arches, which give the notion of a natural cave, are its major highlights.
727 Fuselage Home
This unique beachfront accommodation is made up of a 1965 Boeing 727 which has been fully furnished to include all the amenities offered by a luxury hotel. The aircraft was bought from San Jose Airport and was restored and assembled on a tree canopy and hence presents a fabulous view of the wilderness and the beach.
Book a car rental in Costa Rica and make your to and fro not only economical but also secure as our supplier’s offer various inclusions like Theft Waiver and Collision Damage Waiver, which make sure that at the time of any unlikely event the travelers gets instant and free help from supplier, and also doesn’t have to pay anything extra.